Reviews
Why are the episodes that are available on here only from 2020. When “All Episodes” is clicked on it doesn’t show anything past 2020.
Duckhhfhh via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/13/20
Thankful For Deborah Prinzing and the slowflower movement . Excited to be a part.
Bil10923874 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/04/20
Thanks for another behind the scenes look at the industry- really interesting!!
JKennedyDesigns via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/23/20
I have enjoyed listening to Debra and her guests. Her interviews are informative and inspiring and I particularly enjoy her year long “Fifty-States of Slow Flowers” series. As a small flower-farmer, I am excited to be learning best practices from leaders in the Slow Flowers community as well as...Read full review »
marci-too via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/28/19
Debra and her guests have been keeping us company in the fields and along our delivery route for years! We love the slow flowers message and the growing community Debra and her crew are creating ♥️
Killing Frost Farm via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/03/19
I’ve just spent my day cutting flowers on my own cut flower farm while listening to this podcast. Debra is an excellent interviewer who takes us to all the farms we cannot visit and to far flung cities around the US, all to bring us the inspirational stories of farmers who have joined the “slow...Read full review »
Travelwithfamily via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/26/19
I listen to this podcast again and again, each time gaining new insight. Many thanks to all who have contributed and to Debra Prinzing for this wonderful education.
Samsons the Bob Simpson via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/18/19
I felt the need to write a review today because I listened to two back to back podcast episodes that really spoke to me as a fellow flower farmer/florist. Debra’s ability to bring forth all the wonderful things going on in the movement of the American grown flowers industry is truly remarkable....Read full review »
blond bombshell via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/10/19
I’ve been listening to The Slow Flowers podcast for years. From my early days of ‘playing’ with flowers, through building my floral business and evolving as a designer, these interviews have been an incredible resource. We get a chance to hear designers, growers and other flower folk in...Read full review »
H C Morgan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/30/19
I really like the idea of this podcast, however, having listened to many episodes, the introduction always seems very scripted - a halting speech awkwardly read from a page. The host often seems unprepared for her interviews - searching for words or unsure of what questions to ask. There just...Read full review »
missboxwood via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/04/19
I have been listening faithfully for about a year and really getting a lot ouf of it until these last two or three episoldes which seem to be mostly about a political philosophy and very little about the business of growing and arranging flowers.I will only be listening sporadically or will fast...Read full review »
Flowerfarm2019 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/14/19
Debra is doing so much for local flower growers and slow flowers enthusiasts! I enjoy hearing what farmers and florists are doing around the country, and every episode gives me new ideas or inspiration. The Slow Flowers podcast is my favorite soundtrack for starting seeds in the basement,...Read full review »
april.lirpa via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/12/19
The slow flowers podcast gets me over the hump each Wednesday! Debra Prinzing carefully curates the most up-to-date flower news and stories in the local flower movement. The information found here from the industry leaders and changemakers is inspiring and incredibly helpful!
Kate and Tev via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/03/19
The interviewed guests are great, but Debra has a tendency to interrupt and talk over guests. There have been quite a few times where she stops the flow of what the interviewee is expressing and great content is lost. I also feel she has a list of things she is going through instead of having a...Read full review »
Mcdc1crd via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/18/19
One of the best floral related podcasts out there! Debra brings on great guests and it is inspiring to hear everyone’s origin stories. The Slow Flowers movement is one of the utmost importance in today’s floral industry and I highly recommend taking a listen to get familiar if you aren’t already.
Floralchick78 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/24/18
There is a reason why Debra Prinzing is called the mother of the Slow Flowers movement. She began advocating for American flower farmers long before it was a thought in the customer’s mind. She literally created a resurgence of small scale flower farms and advocates for them with florists and...Read full review »
MilesInSeattle via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/03/18
I have listened to Slow Flowers for 2+ years and continue to look forward to the new weekly interviews. They are often educational, and always insightful. Thank you, Debra, for your continued work to advocate for local flowers across the nation.
Damsel Floral via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/29/18
I love this podcast and I love the information shared. My only complaint is how LONG it takes to get to the actual topic. I just spent 7 minutes and 25 seconds listening before she actually dove into the topic/interview. I understand taking a minute or two to speak about your website/advocate...Read full review »
Westy8989 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/03/18
Over the past few months, I've really enjoyed listening to your podcasts. Insights and glimpses of what goes on with the Slow Flower Movement is fascinating. As a 30 year veteran in the floral industry here in North America, it's surprising that I haven't been more aware of local...Read full review »
Christi Lo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/15/18
Thoughtful insights and inspiration!!!
Joan Fizzle via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/19/18
Have been listening to as many episodes as possible from Australia. Listening carefully to the words of both Deb and her guests has been both inspiring, a great source of wisdom and also a reality check. Sarah Nixon's episode was my favourite. Just the whole scope of Slow Flowers has just...Read full review »
DZLZ1973 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/24/17
An excellent window into the world of locally grown and designed flowers, "Slow Flowers" never disappoints. This podcast introduces aspiring flower farmers to experienced farmers and florists who are truly walking the walk. It enlightens any listener about the burgeoning revitalized local...Read full review »
Frannie1978 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/14/17
I love Debra Prinzing's outlook, energy and passion. Slow Flowers and American Grown Flowers as meaningful movements in our time and culture could not be more urgently needed and happily received. Debra's voice - one of intellect, insight and humor - are a weekly dose of happiness and hope.Read full review »
Jennifer Jewell via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/27/17
This podcast is my inspiration each week. I actually look forward to Wednesdays, when a new episode comes out. The spectrum of farmers/florists/designers and other interesting people that Debra meets and interviews is wide, and Debra keeps it interesting and exciting. From a small local flower...Read full review »
Chris Beks via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/25/17
The Slow Flowers Podcast features compelling stories that really paint the picture of the domestic flower movement. Just by listening, you feel a part of something. It's as if you're traveling the country with Debra, sniffing the roses and sinking your hands into the dirt. Not only does...Read full review »
Waiting for Season 2! via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/02/16
As a farmer florist, I love listening to the podcast each week. I know that no matter who that week's guest is (world class florist or small town farmer), I am going to hear about their perspectives, struggles, successes and upcoming projects and, undoubtedly, I will learn something that...Read full review »
JoLee Blooms, Daniele via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/27/16
As an avid flower grower and floral designer I look forward to this podcast every week. Debra's interviews are thoughtful and relevant. I enjoy hearing from growers, florists, and advocates for American grown, local flowers.Read full review »
sfig via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/11/16
Debra is a true visionary and leader. Her passion, knowledge and spirit match the love she has in her heart for American grown flowers and "it's" community. I learn so much by listening to the SLOW FLOWERS podcast. It is a weekly blend of: news, knowledge and whats next! As an artist...Read full review »
AprilLynnCA via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/18/16
I’m not a floral designer, florist, or flower farmer, but I really enjoy Slow Flowers podcasts. Lovely stories of people across the U.S. utilizing and growing flowers in this country. If you’re a flower lover like me, you’ll enjoy listening to these stories come to life in this weekly podcast.
Love subs 1978 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/16/16
I am so impressed by Debra's podcast. Every episode I listen to I learn lots of great tips and sources, even though I am only a home gardener. The podcast is the perfect accompaniment to her blog, which also has tons of inspirational photos. Go USA!Read full review »
GardenFanatic via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/02/15
Such a great series with plenty of inspiration and resources for new flower farmers and floral designers. So great to find my tribe!
Laura Vollset via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/05/15
As a veteran florist that started my floral career in the 70's, I appreciate the message & seeds of change Debra Prinzing is sowing. Her podcast, "Slow Flower's takes you to meetings with grower's in the USA & the UK, florist's & people who love growing, designing...Read full review »
Bless my blooms via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/17/15
Debra's insights into the local cut flower market of America are so enlightening and inspiring - as an Australian florist it certainly inspires me to think about where my flowers are coming from. Thanks Debra!Read full review »
floriographer via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/10/15
So glad I found this podcast! Debra’s interviews are interesting, informative, and colorful. It’s the perfect way to spend the day in the greenhouse, as it connects me with a community of flower fanatics and sustainability-minded folks. In a word, I’m inspired!
Ri Woods via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/05/15
Debra’s open and welcoming style really makes you feel like you are sitting in on a part of the conversation. Her unwavering support for flower farmers and florists around the country is so needed and admirable. For anyone in the industry, people interested in supporting our homegrown flower...Read full review »
A great listen! via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/20/15
On long drives I tune into episode after episode of inspiring interviews. Thank you Debra for showing off what talent and dedication is behind so many farmers and designers. Every time I listen I gain new insight and admiration for those in the industry. Keep on sharing….
a designer & small time grower via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/12/14
Loved getting to hear this behind-the-scenes interview and getting to know a local farmer. Way to go Debra for sourcing out these innovative producers who are starting businesses and finding a great niche. Regardless how you feel about local, flowers, or even agriculture, Debra shows us...Read full review »
subtlelightphoto via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/25/14
Love the casual apprach to the interviews. What better way to get aquanted with our local flower growers and designers.
LabyrinthHill via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/30/13
Debra is Local American Grown Flower's Biggest FAN!! I've thoroughly enjoyed the interviews so far. Learned of so many new farms and flower associations! A definite must if you are in the floral industry.Read full review »
Lucykate44 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/31/13
As a floral designer in Philadelphia who strongly promotes the use of local flowers, I love Debra Prinzing's SLOW FLOWERS podcasts. Each podcast spotlights a leader in the local floral industry and tells the story of how they are making local flowers the center of what they do. Because the...Read full review »
danflowerman via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/11/13
Great stuff! Debra continues to uncover treasures and bring focus to a fascinating topic.
Cwk1357 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/06/13
Debra highlights the quality that is American Grown flowers. Her conversations with farmers or local flower advocates point out their authenticity, passion, and stewardship for the land. I look forward to each Slow Flowers episode. @kathinated
bloemster via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/06/13
It's great to hear from local flower advocatesRead full review »
mama2Stevie via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/30/13
Debra continues to provide relevant and timely information on the growing momentum for American Grown flowers. As the CEO/Ambassador of the California Cut Flower Commission, I continue to support and monitor her efforts as a leading voice that encourages people to seek out more sustainable,...Read full review »
MontanaGrown via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/20/13
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